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TFS names middle school Students of the Month for September

 
 

Faculty members at the Tallulah Falls School middle school have selected their students of the month for September. 

 

The fifth-grade student of the month for August is Kaylin Pickett of Demorest. “Kaylin always contributes in class,” said Chrissy Van Hooser, fifth-grade math teacher. “She is has a sweet spirit and is a great friend. Kaylin always listens and exemplifies our Tallulah 12 character program. We are very proud of her.”

The sixth-grade student of the month is Caroline Smith of Cleveland. “Caroline is a self-motivated young lady who demonstrates an exceptional work ethic in all her academic classes,” said sixth-grade math teacher Annette Shirley. “She is also a hard-worker who leads by example. Caroline displays a positive attitude and works well with others. She is highly respected by her peers and teachers.”


Two seventh graders were selected as students of the month. Kylie Krueger of Cornelia is described by seventh grade English teacher Kim McClurg as “enthusiastic and energetic. Kylie absolutely lights up any room that she enters. She pours her heart into every assignment, making her one of the top students in her class. Above all, she is kind to everyone and shows all of her classmates and teachers respect every day.”  

Andrew Whittle of Tiger was also named a seventh-grade student of the month. “Although new to TFS this year, Andrew has quickly made friends because of his wonderful personality,” said Kim McClurg, seventh grade English teacher. “He is positive and loves to laugh and he is well-respected by his classmates, teachers and coaches. His maturity makes him a responsible and reliable addition to our seventh grade.” 



 

The eighth-grade student of the month is Hannah Lundy of Clarkesville. “Hannah takes initiative in her academic work, leadership in the House of the Owls and leadership in FCA,” said Hannah Gibson, eighth grade English teacher. “More importantly, she cares for those around her with no hesitation. Hannah selflessly volunteers to help when she sees the need.”